User talk:Nepaboy

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Gratitude

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Thankyou so much Mr. Nepaboy for your Outstanding Translation effort!
I very very Grateful.
May you prosper!
(If you want your favorite article(s) to be translated into the Chinese language, then I can help you.)
Yours Sincerely, --Jose77 ०३:२९, १० अगस्त २०१० (UTC)


Could you also help me translate the rest of this article into the Bhojpuri Devanagari script? please.
Your help would be appreciated with full Gratitude.
(ps: I will also try and find some fellow Wikipedians to support your request). --Jose77 ०३:४३, १० अगस्त २०१० (UTC)
Yes check.svg Done The favorite article that you requested has been translated and created Here. You are welcome. --Jose77 (talk) 04:41, 11 August 2010 (UTC)

Other projects

Please be aware that content such as Articles of Sugauli treaty would go better on our sibling project Wikisource. What you submitted was not an article about the treaty; rather, it is the treaty.

No harm done; this is just so you know what to do next time. DS (talk) 12:08, 24 October 2010 (UTC)

Help with Bhojpuri language

Good day! Could you help me and provide translations for the following 100 basic word in Bhojpuri in your native local variety (dialect) (and indicate please precise location like state – district – town/village). If there are synonyms or known dialectal variants provide them with comments if possible. Also please indicate if you know that certain words are borrowing. You can fill in right here or at my page using either IPA transcription or any other spelling you like (just describe your conventions). Thank you in advance! --Koryakov Yuri (talk) 11:20, 19 August 2011 (UTC)

  • I, me – अमी
  • thou (you, singular) – तोहोर
  • we – अमार
  • Cunt - भोँसडी
  • this – ईथे
  • that – काँ
  • who? – काँव
  • what? – का
  • not – ना
  • all –
  • many –
  • one –
  • two –
  • big – लौण्डा
  • long – बडका
  • small – पिद्दू
  • woman – मौगी
  • man (adult male) – मरद
  • man (human being) –
  • fish –
  • bird –
  • dog – कुतउ
  • louse – ढील
  • tree –
  • seed –
  • leaf –
  • root –
  • bark (of a tree) –
  • skin –
  • meat (flesh) –
  • blood –
  • bone –
  • fat – मोटका
  • egg –
  • horn –
  • tail –
  • feather (of a bird) –
  • hair –
  • head –
  • ear –
  • eye –
  • nose –
  • mouth –
  • tooth –
  • tongue –
  • claw (nail) –
  • foot –
  • knee –
  • hand –
  • belly –
  • neck –
  • breast(s) (of a woman) –
  • heart –
  • liver –
  • drink (verb) –
  • eat (verb) –
  • bite (verb) –
  • see (verb) –
  • hear (verb) –
  • know (verb) –
  • sleep (verb) –
  • die (verb) –
  • kill (verb) –
  • swim (verb) –
  • fly (verb) –
  • walk/go (verb) –
  • come (verb) –
  • lie (down) (verb) –
  • sit (verb) –
  • stand (verb) –
  • give (verb) –
  • say (verb) –
  • sun –
  • moon –
  • star –
  • water –
  • rain –
  • stone –
  • sand –
  • earth –
  • cloud –
  • smoke –
  • fire –
  • ash –
  • burn (trans. verb) –
  • road (path) –
  • mountain –
  • red –
  • green –
  • yellow –
  • white –
  • black –
  • night –
  • warm (hot) –
  • cold –
  • full –
  • new –
  • good –
  • round –
  • dry –
  • name –

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Do not try to obfuscate subject matter of articles by creating duplicate pages with misleading titles

Hello Mr. Ganesh Singh Katuwal (aka Nepaboy),

Please do not create new pages with similar-sounding but misleading names and move contents of existing pages just because you do not like the existing titles and want to obfuscate the subject matter by creating duplicate pages with misleading titles. You created a new page "Greater Nepal (Concept)" without any discussion and moved the existing page "Greater Nepal" there. I shall appreciate you do not act arbitrarily and unilaterally like this.

You then created a new page "Unified Nepal" though an article "Unification of Nepal" already exists. The new article "Unified Nepal" is badly written, has numerous language errors and factual errors in addition to verbose and POV content and is entirely redundant. I have redirected it to the existing article "Unification of Nepal".

Rao Ravindra (talk) 17:33, 15 March 2013 (UTC) Ravindra Rao

  • Hello, You have written "When Nepal attacked on Garhwal, Kumaon, Sikkim, these were not part of India but these were independent Kingdom." Yes, they were kingdoms. Yes, they were independent. But independent of what or whom? And not part of India? Not part of which India? India is an omnibus word that can be described in dozens of ways and can have different meanings for different persons. India generally included all the area up to the peaks of Himalayas in the regions where Ganga and Yamuna rivers originated. Sharda (or Kali or Mahakali) river was always a part of India. India's boundary has varied so much over the ages and with numerous kings that its hundreds of boundaries over the ages cannot be shown in one map. In Maurya era, India included Gandhar (now Kandhar and Herat, Afghanistan). In Moghul and Maratha era, there were kings (Maharajas) and kingdoms (Rajya) in India that were "independent" in their internal affairs but the Moghuls and the Marathas had suzerainty over them.

Therefore an assertion that Garhwal and Kumaon "were not part of India" is invalid. They were independent kingdoms in the omnibus India just as Maharaja Ranjit Singh's was an independent kingdom in Punjab region of India. Would any sane person claim that the independent Sikh kingdom was not in India? It is surrealistic nostalgia to say that Nepal as it exists now has a claim over Garhwal and Kumaon when nascent Nepal kingdom of Prithvi Narayan Shah in 1790s and the following decade occupied them briefly for 10 to 25 years before losing them two centuries ago. Even the ancestors of Prithvi Narayan Shah had moved to Gorkha area from what is now Rajasthan. They were not "original inhabitants" of Gorkha area.

And remember that for long periods (centuries) the Kumaon kingdom included areas east of Sharda or Kali river - areas which are now part of Republic of Nepal. But no one in India raises any claim that these areas should be "returned" by Nepal to India because just a claim would be as ridiculous as the claim by leftist and communist Nepalese over Kumaon and Garhwal is. China is mentoring them to disturb Indo-Nepal relations. Do not fall in China's trap. The King of Nepal signed another treaty in 1860 accepting the revised boundaries after the British returned a part of Terai to him.

Ravindra Rao Rao Ravindra (talk) 15:48, 22 March 2013 (UTC)

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